Teresa Giudice will begin serving her 15 months in prison soon, on January 5th, but you wouldn't guess it by her downright cheery disposition and upbeat plans for 2015. Via Us Weekly, we get this video, in which she spends three minutes talking about a bunch of shit she's definitely not going to be able to do.
Today in Tweet Beat, everyone—from Snooki to Snoop—is putting Japan in their prayers. Do all these people actually even pray? Or is that something that they just think they should say. Also, some celebs aren't letting this kind of tweet stop them from also self-promoting.
Today in Tweet Beat, for some reason celebrities seem to find it completely amazing that today is 1/11/11.
3...2...1...Boobs! Well, in star-land, anyway. Plus some inarguable cuteness from Kirsten Dunst and a Labyrinth-inspired turn from Rashida Jones...
Wondering why you didn't get an invite to the 2010 Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge in Bridgehampton? Maybe because you're not a Real Housewife; those redoubtable dames — of NYC and NJ — dominated. So you know the clothes were...memorable.
The Real Housewives franchise purports to feature well-off women. But according to our research, their appearances of wealth can be quite deceiving. And their money problems extend even further than you might think.
Samsung's 9th Annual Four Seasons of Hope Gala at NYC's Cipriani Wall Street is a benefit for children and families, which is terrific, and we can see why J.Lo, McConaughey, et al were there. But...why all the Real Housewives?
Today in Tweet Beat, Jimmy Kimmel recognizes the bizarreness of show biz, Teresa Giudice hates Bethenny Frankel, and Lindsay Lohan is still going on about that E-Trade commercial.
Today in Tweet Beat, Spencer Pratt thinks M.I.A. should be "kicked out of America" because of her latest music video. (No word yet on how this will affect Heidi Montag's U.S. citizenship.) Also, Ice-T continues to quote himself.